A BAA is useful for lenders relying on cash collateral in secured lending transactions. We discuss the nature and function of BAAs in the common law provinces.
This bulletin discusses the copyright considerations regarding non-fungible tokens (NFTs) under Canadian copyright law.
Unlike in some jurisdictions, Canadian merger review has not given rise to significant excitement of late. The recent Secure/Tervita case may have changed that
British Columbia Reinstates Facemasks in Indoor Public Settings
New Public Health Order will require proof of vaccination for British Columbians to attend certain events, services and businesses.
Clipping Wings and Stalling Engines: The proposed Canadian federal luxury tax raises issues for vendors, manufacturers, service providers and consumersAug 24, 2021
Proposed Canadian federal luxury tax raises issues for the aviation, automotive and boat industries
Canada Modifies Belarus Sanctions and Introduces Efficiencies to Report Requirements under Sergei Magnitsky LawAug 23, 2021
The Canadian government recently introduced modified sanctions against Belarus and efficiencies to report requirements under Sergei Magnitsky Law.
The Human Rights Tribunal dismisses another discrimination complaint relating to a refusal to wear a face mask in a store.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has certified a class action lawsuit brought by Uber drivers allegedly misclassified as independent contractors.
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